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Jimmy Savile abuse victim demands inquiry

6 January 2014 Last updated at 07:08 GMT

A man who says he was abused by Jimmy Savile at a recording of Top of the Pops in 1964 has called for there to be a single inquiry into the activities of the former DJ.

There are currently 32 separate investigations into abuse at NHS institutions and another one being carried out at the BBC.

A significant number of Savile's victims say they are dissatisfied with the way in which those investigations are being run and are now demanding more action.

BBC media correspondent David Sillito has been speaking to one of the latest victims to claim he was abused by the TV presenter.

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